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Woman 'eaten alive by pigs after suffering seizure in pen'

Woman 'eaten alive by pigs after suffering seizure in pen'

A farmer was eaten alive by her pigs after she collapsed while feeding them, according to Russian media.The 56-year-old woman had gone to feed the animals when she suffered an epileptic seizure, it is reported.She fell down in the pen and was bitten by the pigs. Her husband is understood to have discovered her body.Newstes said the incident happened on 1 February, in a village in the Malopurginsky district of Udmurtia.Her husband is believed to have gone to bed early, as he was unwell, which is why she was not found quickly. She died of blood loss.Investigations are under way by officials...

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February 11, 2019
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'UK and US need to stop weapons supply to Yemen', Amnesty urges

'UK and US need to stop weapons supply to Yemen', Amnesty urges

The West needs to stop supplying weapons to fighters in the Yemen conflict, Amnesty International urged, after reports that arms are ending up with extremists."The proliferation of unaccountable" militias in Yemen, which is backed by the United Arab Emirates (UAE), is "worsening the humanitarian crisis and posing a growing threat to the civilian population," Amnesty research Patrick Wilcken said.British and American weapons have also ended up with al Qaeda and Islamic State (IS) militants, he added.Mr Wilcken was referencing recent reports by the Amman-based Arab Reporters for Investigative...

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February 11, 2019
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Theresa May accepts talks offer from Jeremy Corbyn in bid for Brexit breakthrough

Theresa May accepts talks offer from Jeremy Corbyn in bid for Brexit breakthrough

Theresa May has accepted the offer of more talks with Jeremy Corbyn to break the Brexit deadlock, boosting chances of a breakthrough.The prime minister indicated their teams should meet "as soon as possible" - with less than 50 days to go until the UK leaves the EU and no agreement ratified by parliament.She vowed to take up the points raised by Mr Corbyn in a letter, replying to an earlier one sent by the Labour leader setting out his price for passing a deal.Tory MPs voted last month to back the divorce terms negotiated with Brussels - but with the controversial Irish backstop stripped...

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February 11, 2019
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EU copyright reforms a step closer - but Google warns they 'could harm creatives'

EU copyright reforms a step closer - but Google warns they 'could harm creatives'

The EU is a step closer to implementing a controversial copyright law reform that could affect what people share on websites like YouTube after politicians agreed on changes to the proposals.The reform, which pits tech giants like Google against publishers and content creators, will be put to MEPs next week before they make their final decision at a later date.Proposed changes to the law are designed to re-balance the relationship between internet platforms and those who create content - anything from music and memes to news and film.It seeks to give fairer pay to creators and forces tech...

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February 11, 2019
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Alesha MacPhail, six, suffered 'catastrophic' injuries and was 'smothered to death', court told

Alesha MacPhail, six, suffered 'catastrophic' injuries and was 'smothered to death', court told

Six-year-old Alesha MacPhail was smothered to death and suffered "catastrophic" injuries to her genital area, a court has heard.:: The following report contains graphic content which may be distressing to some readersThe schoolgirl suffered a total of 117 separate injuries, pathologist John Williams told the High Court in Glasgow as jurors were shown "distressing" and graphic images of the injuries.He said he carried out the post-mortem examination on the girl and found the cause of death to be "significant and forceful pressure to her neck and face".Dr Williams said Alesha's injuries to...

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February 16, 2019
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School children strike over 'lack of climate change action'

School children strike over 'lack of climate change action'

School children across the country have swapped the classroom for the picket line today, as they strike over the government's perceived lack of action on climate change.Eco-conscious youngsters are taking part in more than 50 planned Youth Strike 4 Climate protests in the UK.It is unclear how many British students will be involved in the walkout, but up to 70,000 are thought to be striking across the world.The group Youth Strike 4 Climate has posted on its Facebook page: "The world is finally waking up."Millions of young people are realising it's now or never and are looking to take direct...

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February 16, 2019
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Third suspect in Salisbury poisoning 'identified as Russian intelligence officer'

Third suspect in Salisbury poisoning 'identified as Russian intelligence officer'

A third suspect linked to the Salisbury poisoning has been named by an investigative website as Denis Sergeev, a high-ranking Russian military intelligence officer.Bellingcat said Mr Sergeev, 45, is a senior member of Russia's GRU agency who uses the alias Sergey Fedatov.Sky News has independently verified that the name is correct and Sergeev is thought to be a senior member of Russia's GRU.The alias Fedatov has been identified previously by Bellingcat, which also exposed the true identifies of the other two Russian intelligence officers who are suspected by Britain of the attempted murder...

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February 16, 2019
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Theresa May criticises pupils missing school to protest over climate change

Theresa May criticises pupils missing school to protest over climate change

Theresa May has criticised pupils who walked out of class to demand action on climate change.Thousands of school children are taking part in strikes in 60 towns and cities across the UK, according to organisers Youth Strike 4 Climate.Demonstrations have taken place in locations such as Edinburgh, Cardiff, Belfast, Cambridge and Brighton, with pupils also descending on Westminster to call for change.However, Downing Street warned against the "disruption" being caused by the protests."Everybody wants young people to be engaged in the issues that affect them most so that we can build a...

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February 16, 2019
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Facebook facing record fine from US regulator over privacy conduct - report

Facebook facing record fine from US regulator over privacy conduct - report

Facebook is negotiating a record fine with the US Federal Trade Commission over violations of user's privacy, it has been reported.The fine could reach billions of dollars, according to The Washington Post, with the newspaper adding the exact amount is yet to be settled.Facebook recently posted strong financial numbers for the fourth quarter of 2018, with its profits climbing to $6.9bn (£5.3bn) - an all-time record.This is despite the social media giant having been plagued by a series of scandals throughout the year.Primarily, the FTC fine would regard the Cambridge Analytica scandal - in...

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February 16, 2019
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'Attacked in broad daylight': Woman stabbed to death in road

'Attacked in broad daylight': Woman stabbed to death in road

Two people have been arrested after a woman was stabbed to death by a man who got out of a vehicle in Surrey.Surrey Police were called to London Road, Ewell, at 3pm on Friday following a report that a woman in her 30s had been stabbed.A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder while a second man has been arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender. These arrests did not happen at the scene.Chief Inspector Michael Hodder said: "This was a tragic and shocking incident in which a woman has lost her life after being attacked in broad daylight."Our thoughts are with her friends and family...

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February 11, 2019
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